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Students

Fifty-nine Bi-College students have been awarded summer internships by the Center for Peace and Global Citizenship. 

Claire Dinh '16, Anna Catherine Bitners '16, Emily Bamforth (BMC '16), and Carol Lee Diallo '19 are working this spring and summer on a grassroots "storybanking" project to bring awareness to healthcare access inequality. 

The chemistry major and education minor will live in Taiwan next year, where she hopes to reconnect with some relatives. 

Faculty

Faculty

The associate professor of physics was part of an interdisciplinary team that determined how dynamic tail vibrations and the mechanical structure of the peacock’s multicolored train enhance the way courting peacocks display to potential mates.

 

In the former Maryland Attorney General's op/ed, he dissects how being taught by Haverford's first tenured African American professor impacted his life and views on race. 

The assistant professor of English is interviewed about her book, Disgruntled, which she gave a reading from at the 18th annual Villanova University Literary Festival.

Campus

Campus

The dean of Whitman College uses Haverford's recent Public Policy Forum as just one example of how a liberal arts education prepares students for careers in public service. ...

At Haverford's 178th Commencement, held on May 14, the College will award honorary degrees to anti-poverty policy expert Robert Greenstein and prison-issues activist Laura Magnani.

The Whitehead Mindfulness Initiative, which promotes good health and stress reduction in the campus community, brought the meditation pioneer back to Haverford for a two-day visit.

Alumni

Alumni

In the former Maryland Attorney General's op/ed, he dissects how being taught by Haverford's first tenured African American professor impacted his life and views on race. 

The rabbi and his wife, with whom he shares his post at Temple Sinai, a Reform congregation in Saratoga Springs, NY, talk about Passover and their nonprofit, all-volunteer bakery. 

The Class of '15 grad is in her first year of an immersive four-year training program via Urban Teachers, a nonprofit group that trains aspiring teachers in D.C. and Baltimore.

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